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**Written by Doug Powers You can rest easier knowing that these are some of the same people who have assured America they’ve created an ironclad system to responsibly safeguard trillions of taxpayer dollars. From Fox News: California Sen. Dianne Feinstein is the latest lawmaker claiming to have been looted of campaign cash by a Democratic […]
But wants to take over your family’s health care.
Amnesty alert: Feinstein reportedly trying to sneak one through Update: Yup, it’s in there; Update: More details
It never dies.
California Dem Party meltdown over Feinstein censure attempt: Beverly Hills 527 formed by HuffPo/MoveOn collaborators leading the way
Eavesdropper. Blabbermouth. Corruptocrat. Well, well, well. Remember left-wing, sleazebag loon Jim McDermott, the Democrats’ favorite hypocritical wire-tapper? There’s breaking news on his decade-old case (hat tip: William A.): Rep. Jim McDermott had no right to disclose the contents of an illegally taped telephone call involving House Republican leaders a decade ago, a federal appeals court […]
Still waiting for Dianne Feinstein’s hometown newspaper, the San Francisco Chronicle, to cover her reported resignation from the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee. Basic questions to be asked and answered: Did she or didn’t she? And if she did, was it because of the reported ethical cloud over her head or not? Last week, I shared […]
A reader sends her e-mail exchange with the still AWOL San Francisco Chronicle: From: Erika Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 4:41 PM To: SFReaderRep Subject: Dianne Feinstein Do you plan on reporting about Dianne Feinstein’s resignation of the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee? She is a SF gal, after all?? Erika *** From: Rogers, Dick (mailto:DRogers@sfchronicle.com) […]
Now that Sen. Dianne Feinstein has resigned under an ethical cloud from the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee, where she sat while voting for appropriations worth billions to her husband’s firms, I am wondering: Will she also be resigning from the Senate Rules Committee?
Is DiFi dirty? In January, I linked to Metroactive’s extensive investigation of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s conflict of interests as a member of the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee who voted for appropriations worth billions to her husband’s firms. Looks like Metroactive’s work may have had an effect. They report on Feinstein’s resignation from the subcommittee yesterday: […]